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Jericho Rosales-starrer Basurero competes in Busan film festival

Basurero, a short film starring Jericho Rosales, is competing at the 2019 Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) in South Korea. The 17-minute film by Eileen Cabiling is screening in Busan for the Asian Short Film...

KathDen’s Hello, Love, Goodbye soars to Top 2 highest-grossing Filipino films

The Kathryn Bernardo-Alden Richards movie, "Hello, Love, Goodbye," has soared to the Top 2 spot of the highest-grossing films in Philippine box office history within weeks of its release. The debut movie of the local...

Glaiza de Castro leads Filipino nominees at 3rd Malaysia Golden Global Awards

Glaiza de Castro is leading the Filipino nominees who are raising the Philippine flag at the 3rd Malaysia Golden Global Awards. Two Filipino films and six Filipino talents will vie for recognition at the Golden...

Metro Manila Film Festival to hit P1 billion target

The 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is expected to achieve its P1 billion box-office target by the end of the theater run on January 7, 2019. Festival organizers revealed in a statement released to...
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Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino a celebration of local films

Filipino films will be exclusively screened in commercial theatres when the Film Development Council of the Philippines
Jaclyn Jose, in a scene from Brillante Mendoza's Serbis

Philippine cinema centerstage in New York’s MoMA

Contemporary Philippine cinema is getting the spotlight at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) of New York in June.
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Pinoy short films premiere in Cannes 2016

Nine short films by Filipinos are scheduled to have world premieres at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in France this May 11-22.
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Aiko Melendez, Epy Quizon win big in Manhattan awards

Aiko Melendez won Best Actress Global and Epy Quizon received Best Actor recognition at the 2015 International Film Festival Manhattan

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Pasig River hailed 1st Asia Riverprize champion for reviving waterway

The Pasig River rehabilitation project has been adjudged as the most noteworthy endeavor in Asia, earning the 1st Asia Riverprize, the world’s foremost award in river basin management.